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>> michael: victim's family asking public for help. >> daniel: getting dialysis treatment. >> new study released today
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sleep in >> jason: dew points were oppressive, 70s on the map, take them down to the 60s. so not going to get down where it is really dry, mid-august after all, but we are turning the corner to something that's a little more tolerable.
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and tracking threat for more storms by tomorrow afternoon. even wake up with shower by tomorrow morning and go on with that and show you when that moves out too straight ahead >> stephanie: no accidents any more and see the traffic is moving slowly but steadily there on the expressway, and take you 31 minutes from the braintree split to the mass pike and 39 minutes on 93 southbound from 495 to the leverett connector. >> daniel: family and friends prepare to say good-bye to jogger in afternoon run. >> stephanie: leominster native as search continues for
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searching for clues. michael? >> michael: working hard to crack the case and family now moving forward with the wake this evening starts at about 4:00 over in fitchburg, that's where the funeral for vanessa marcotte held as well and one day after a group of community members come here to the heart of princeton set up balloons and paid tribute to very unique way to 27-year-old woman that lost her life while >> we want to honor she had every right to be running on the road at that the day at that time. >> michael: man that killed vanessa marcotte is still on the loose. >> haven't been able to get out running since it happen. >> michael: group of more than 100 people yesterday afternoon tying balloons to gazebo in princeton and then going on 3-mile run together.
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station road where marcotte's body was found a week earlier hours after her disappearance. sources tell fox25 the body of leominster native that moved to new york to work for google was burned and she might have been sexually assaulted. >> it has completely changed my life. honestly she is person up in the house in the morning and scared to get out of bed even though we have a alarm system and dog. i got to work through that and got to change this thought. i cannot b the bed in my own house. >> michael: state police says investigators are received 110 tips and they want information to come forward and including man with suspicious scratches and browses and anyone spotted a car parked along brooke station road between one and 3:00 p.m.
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organizations and charities they listed in the obit war and he link you up to that and go to website at fox25boston.com and check out fox25 news app and get details on all of those charities if you feel inclined to give as well. live in princeton, fox25 news. for dialysis and forgetting she was there. the woman's granddaughter tells us this morning she was inside the clinic for seven hours and spent four of those hours receiving her treatment and three hours alone. 86-year-old perry was left alone
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a methuen dialysis clinic her family was furious. >> went from being really angry to really concerned and then absolutely disgusted with the whole situation because how do you abandon somebody? >> daniel: grandmother received 4-hour treatment and when the ambulance came back to pick her up building was closed and locked up. three hours later family merrimack street building. >> get out of car and in there and building locked up and i'm banging on window, are you okay, can you hear me? she is shrugging her shoulders. >> daniel: crosby a nurse herself recording video of proof what she says was unbelievable and unacceptable mistake. >> she is really shaken up and sawer this morning and beside
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>> daniel: spokesman says, quote, patient's care and safety are top priorities. this is an issue of great concern and we are looking into the matter, but crosby wants answers and change in procedure. >> i don't want this to happen to anyone else, that's the bottom line. >> police filed a report of state department of elder affairs and they say this is not criminal. >> happening today a formerb 16-year-old passenger will be back in court for dangerousness hearing. this is video of 36-year-old darnell booth in darnell district court last week. prosecutors say the girl contacted him through snapchat to get a ride to summer school in july. they say he drove her to a parking lot and raped her. prosecutors say the girl also got ride from booth in june. booth has pleaded no the guilty. >> daniel: developing overnight in milwaukee, one
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get through the crowd and get person to to the hospital. buildings and cars set on fire. earlier that day a 23-year-old man was shot examine killed by police when he ran away during a traffic stop. police say seville smith had hand gun on him and told to drop his weapon. when he did not one of the officers fatally shot him. during a news conference milwaukee's mayor says the victim's gun had 23 rounds in it and it was milwaukee's mayor also says the police involved shooting was caught on the officer's body cameras and that the suspect's gun is seen on the video. he says they will eventually release the video to the public. the officers involved have been placed on administrative leave while the shooting is investigated. >> stephanie: overnight won appeal to compete in rio tomorrow because she has been based outside of russia for the last three years and subject to
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and field team remains banned from international competition over allegations of a widespread state sponsored doping program. as far as the competition on the field, jamaica remains the home to the fastest man and woman on earth. defended gold med at in 100 meters. he is actually trying to complete a triple triple with wins in 100 middle east, 200-meter and 400-meter relay. american justin gatlin won the silver and elaineth saturday night edging out american tory buoy. simone biles, she snagged her third gold in the individual vault final and competing today in the balance beam. no medal for marblehead native shah lane flanagan, finished sixth, very respectable, first american to cross the finish line and improve on her time
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ago. >> daniel: u.s. olympic economy does not plan on change. lochte and teammates were returning to the olympic village yesterday morning when they were stopped by a group of men posing as police officers. one of the officers held gun to lochte's forehead and took his money and wallet. twelfth time olympic medalist posted on instagram and while it is true my teammates and i were victims of robbery earlier important is that we are safe and unharmed. lochte's teammate michael phelps says he was not with lochte and has never had a safety concern in rio. >> been to brazil multiple times and felt safe every time i have come here. never felt an issue. >> street crime was major concern of olympic organizers going into the games. brazil deployed 85,000 soldiers and police to secure the games.
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used during the 2012 london olympics. >> stephanie: time right now 9:10 and 32 minutes from the braintree split to the mass pike. 49 minutes still on 93 southbound from 495 to the leverett connector and just 13 minutes though on 128 from university avenue to the weston tolls. james bryson -- jason brewer tracking less and i g >> jason: tough to get dry and improvements compared to yesterday. timing next rain threat, already watching low developing to the west. i will show you that one straight ahead. >> daniel: iconic piece of real estate, tall building that could be home to the electric cars flagship store. >> stephanie: major step forward for work on one local
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>> reporter: parents putting babies to bed in unsafe ways and potentially dangerous items or placing babies on their sides. for the first time pediatricians study video camera footage of sleeping infants rather than relying on parent surveys. in the american academy of pediatrics report released today most parents soft or loose bedding or stuffed animals or pillows. also placed on sides or on stomachs. this put babies at risk for is, sudden infant death syndrome and sleep related common cause for babies between 1 month and one year of age according to the government and report also found that sharing a bed with a parent which so many do when a baby wakes up in the middle of the night, puts baby at even riskier environment. pediatricians recommend placing babies into a crib alone and on their backs for sleep.
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>> stephanie: vice president joe biden will hit the campaign trail for the very first time today. appear will appear in scranton, pennsylvania. scranton has been declared democratic category but donald trump hopes to change that by appealing to the working class. winning demographic will be challenge in november. president obama interrupting summer vacation to do campaigning for clinton slated for hillary clinton and take questions from contributors. slated to take place at private home in chilmark. >> daniel: republican candidate dominican republic will deliver a speech on isis today. comes a week after said president obama and hillary clinton were the founders of the terrorist group. today speeches expected to lay out trump's vision and strategy for defeating isis and speaking
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state university in ohio. >> daniel: eligible voters have until friday to take part in the september 8th primary and making changes in party affiliation. no statewide races on this year's primary election ballot but nominees will be chosen in congressional and legislative districts and for some county offices. we are about three months out from election day and campaigns are already heating up. sure to stick hereit complete coverage. >> stephanie: we track traffic and weather together every ten minutes as we head to the maps you could see that there are still slowdowns there on the expressway, major slowdowns actually. meantime on 93 southbound, good news that partial ramp blockage has now since been cleared, although there are still remnants of those delays right there and live look now at the
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going to be 30 minutes from the braintree split to the mass pike, 43 minutes now on 93 southbound from 495 to leverett connector and as you're headed out, it is heating up and, jason, probably good idea to head into the pool today. >> jason: absolutely. no thunder threat. want to show you with the dew point temperatures coming down, not as oppressive as it was yesterday. big picture does reveal where the heavy moisture is hanging out when it is backo back our direction during the afternoon tomorrow. so today we get a little bit of break, not going to be the dry feel for the air like week get, but today just a little less oppressive. i think good way to describe it. already 80? and warming up quickly, 80 in chatham, 77 plymouth right now and have 73 in worcester as kicking off monday. let's take look at south shore
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off the high temperature and 80 by 5:00 p.m. worcester plenty of sun, high clouds coming through, nothing to bring rain and still need sunscreen out there and working for period of time and middle 80s and low 70s there toward sunset. high temperatures warmest inland today, see the readings coming into the upper 90s, brookline to main yard, framingham, closer you get to the close lower numbers are and lower 80s for hyannis today and iten degree break noticeable. sunscreen again good idea with temperatures in the 80s at the coast, most of the coastline
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today and wind up back here over illinois and missouri and michigan and eventually new york tomorrow and draw warm front, warm humid in southern new england starting tomorrow morning. have increase in the clouds, we could see spot shower on the drive tomorrow and have that covered for you and 3:00 gairobot risk for heavier downpours and strong damaging wind and big concern for tomorrow afternoon drive time and dinner time and then start to quiet things down. by wednesday there's a leftover shower and low moving away and today upper 80s, warmest
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and thunderstorms can cool some of this down. thursday rather wednesday into thursday the showers pull away. there's a lingering disturbance, that's why i didn't go totally dry on thursday and friday but right now looks okay to be outdoors and weekend always in view. how about low 80s, low 60s coming up for next weekend. back to you. >> how long they had to wait before coast guard rescued them. >> keeping tight grip on coffee.
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>> daniel: oversized rubber buckie with quite a story to tell. taken from home decade ago and went on world tour. facebook page popped panama and enjoyed journey don't want to know who took the ducky. >> duck looks very good for his or her age. professional athletes known for good coordination but cannot stop momentum and astros, took
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tracking down foul ball and takes out the police officer. tried to grab her stool and get out of his way and collided and replay and laughing and having a good time. >> so embarrassing but at least she is okay. >> daniel: scientists have been studying best way for people to hold morning cup of coffee without piling it. the best way to void a spill hold say holding cup at and decrease odds of spilling.
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the spot. ems in connecticut got call about legs right there and yogurt cup stuck on head and tried to put a towel over the animal to catch it but jumped away and much more successful and able to remove the cup and video gone viral more than 100,000 views >> 80 in boston and humidity coming down just enough. have more on how long that lasts and timing next thread already straight ahead. >> daniel: so many people
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water. >> michael: 27-year-old woman killed while jogging. hear from those people as they talk about the impact this woman's deat mom: i'm a mom, not a millionaire. i can give permission... i can give hugs... but i can't give millions of dollars to a campaign. ttention. corporate special interests like the koch brothers have spent millions helping ayotte's campaign and she voted with them 90% of the time - supporting tax breaks that help millionaires and oil companies. mom: in washington, kelly ayotte listens to too many millionaires and not enough moms. vo: afscme people is responsible
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>> daniel: monday august 15th, thank you for joining us. >> ice cube day if don't have access, put couple in your drink, jason. >> jason: nice break sticky category, that's improvement and 80? in boston, chatham and nantucket as well as the vineyard, lower 70s in worcester, so greater boston forecast, cooler seaport, warmer back to the west and metrowest less and humidity than yesterday and low 90s so it is going to be warmer than we might normally see this time of the year but we are turning the corner to a little bit more tolerable day.
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to south shore not bad but and later future ahead. >> stephanie: expressway still slow at this hour and translating into live picture and slow and steady for the live camera. 34 minutes on southbound from the leverett connector. >> daniel: project underway 20 year makes major step forward and fox25 jessica reyes live at
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weymouth side this morning and quite a bit since arrived this morning installed between the two pieces right here, big piece you see in the middle here, that is span that was installed here early this morning couple hours ago and video and flown down the huge projects it is literally and weighs more than 3 million pounds and size of a football field. as mentioned this has been a long time coming and crews working for this bridge projects for 20 years now. temporary bridge was installed and two years behind schedule and million dollars over budget.
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ahead of schedule and hour ago but we expect they are going to be out here continuing to work on it until 1:00 this afternoon. live in weymouth. >> stephanie: investigators still searching for killer and live in princeton where focus is on rememberinghe michael. >> michael: good morning, vanessa marcotte's wake is this evening at 4:00 over in fitchburg one day before her funeral and one day and group of community members came here to the heart of princeton and put balloons on gazebo and memorized and killed by jogging in a unique way. group of people totaled more
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inclined to one of. >> stephanie: left behind of lexus and 3:30 yesterday morning and saw car in the woods off of main street and police say it looked like the vehicle went off the road and slammed into a tree. 21-year-old man from marstons
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fox25 obtained this new video of strangers trying to help a driver caught in a horrific rollover on 95. mass state police say that driver flipped her car friday evening near exit 24 and weston on the southbound side and from this video nearly dozen people try to help the 52-year-old driver. the man who recorded this video told us they had to be extremely careful to try to get her out the car. >> head facing actual dryer's side door and smash the door it would have hit the lady right in the head. >> stephanie: driver went to the hospital with nonlife-threatening injuries. >> daniel: fighting a house fire. look at pictures at fox25 from a viewer and see thick new york smoke and flames billowing into
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streets around 7:30 last night. no injuries reported and cause remains under investigation this morning. >> daniel: family of three driven from the home after the fire at two family house in mattapan. crews called to the alabama street house around 6:30 last night. fire started in the first floor apartment possibly from powerball lightbulb too close to flammable objects. adult and two children lived in th apartment currently empty. two firefighters are treated for minor injuries. damage estimated at more than $100,000. >> stephanie: coast guard got call for help and raised out to capsize boat and on top of the boat and other passengers floating in water holding on to
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about an hour. >> make sure you have life jacket. >> stephanie: there needs to be a life jacket for every person on board. smoke billowing from tour boat. fox25 on saturday engine problem caused captain to lose control boats. nobody was hurt but regency did have some minor damage. >> daniel: northeastern university grad is posting fake pokemongo street signs around boston and police not finding it huge house. they used signs to promote the
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the man tells the herald city has a rule problem with the signs. he will take them down. >> stephanie: walpole high school students will have a little more time to sleep. he says he knows it is not a huge difference but only change they could make without affecting the elementary and middle schools. >> stephanie: making estto be more pet friendly. recent report found the city's current animal control rule no longer work. so now there are few measures up for consideration to update them and allowing dogs in most parks as long as leached and building at left five dog parks. the cost of those parks could
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>> swimmers allowed in the water after a couple hours and officials were able to track location and send out alerts thanks to the sharktivity app and posted a link on website to where you can download the app on website. quite the catch for police in hut son and escaped from boston road saturday morning. police tweeted the pictures of the standoff. officers stuck around until their owners got home to take over the investigation. >> stephanie: 26 minutes on expressway from the braintree split to the mass pike. 33 minutes on 93 southbound from 495 to the leverett connector
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university ave to the weston tolls. jason, how is it looking out there right now. >> jason: take about next rain maker. >> daniel: adele turning down the super bowl. why she is saying thanks but no thanks to football's biggest
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>> daniel: widespread flooding in louisiana. the governor of louisiana says 20,000 people have been rescued from the rising waters. several parts of the state have been declared federal areas and didn't sustain major damage from hurricane. thousands of rescue one caught on camera by tv crew here and watch as rescuer dives into the water to pull woman and her dog from her sinking car only with moments to spare.
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woman, dog and risker back have the boat and 62 miles from major stranded in the water. >> stephanie: wildfire forced 4,000 people have the homes. wildfire has burned hundreds of acres including a dozen homes. started on saturday and grew to sick hundred acres and 100 miles northwest of sacramento and fire only 10% contained. >> daniel: bizarre type of
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take look at wild weather in portland, oregon. that's a fire nato which is a tornado made from fire. experts say that could happen when a wildfire creates its own wind and turns the flames into a spinning vortex like the one there. >> daniel: tornado caught on camera ripped through the capital of the philippines. walks as makes way through manila and time lapse and were da and in reports of death. >> stephanie: three girls plummeting to ground after ferris wheel had worn-out rivet fasteners. rivets were found in the bottom of the gondola the girls were in. the youngest of the victim six-year-old remains hospitalized with traumatic brain injury. ferris wheel will be taken apart
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manufacturer for repairs. >> stephanie: 9:47 on the dot, traffic and weather evader ten minutes and taking live look at the road and pike moving up to speed so no problems there and north and south and southbound also up to speed and meantime expressway still slow and steady but certainly nota bad as what we have seen earlier, take you 33 minutes on 93 southbound from 495 to the leverett connector. cooldown is on the way. >> taking five, ten? off high temperatures that we saw yesterday, but right now it is 80? in boston. already hitting the normal high for the day and it is only the 9:00 a.m. temperature report. you want to cool off, mount washington, 46? right now and still in the 70s and 80s in southern new england. humidity forecast down just enough today.
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tuesday afternoon into the evening though getting back into very stifling numbers into the lower 70s. wednesday and thursday behind departing rain we start to see the humidity coming back down just a little bit again, so went be too bad to wrap up the week. hour-by-hour forecast today, let's take lowell, for example, 11:00 this morning, middle 80s, 1:00 near 90 and we will hold it there through 3:00 p.m. and then we could see sea breeze all the way back around lowell temperatures down just a little bit. worcester you will be in the lower and middle 80s for better part of the midday and afternoon and 7:00 p.m. seeing no 70s returning once again. check out high temperatures today, winds out of the northwest, not very strong, enough to prevent the sea blows from coming back all the way inland and will see along the
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temperatures there and vineyard middle 80s this afternoon, brockton up to 91 but better than and plymouth county yesterday and plenty of sunshine and passing high clouds and generally in the 80s for better part of the afternoon. clouds ahead of the next storm system and weather maker now winding up over missouri and up into michigan york, eventually tracking into northern new england tomorrow and into tomorrow night. so that's where we are going to start to see a surge of the humidity and rain chances rising once again. so tomorrow morning we will be waking up with a lot more cloud cover, we will have a spot shower or two possible. i will be tracking that live on fox25 morning news and then as we go into the afternoon, we will have to watch the radar carefully because we could have
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thunderstorm tomorrow afternoon and last into tomorrow evening. then as we go into the night, most of the rain moves offshore but with departing center, could see a shower. temperatures in the upper 80s today, middle 80s tomorrow. a little bit lower on wednesday as the rain moves away and we start to see northerly wind take and don't want to remove the rain chance entirely and weekend always in view, low 80s on track for next weekend and dry conditions. >> daniel: target has major problem in grocery isles.
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>> driving over here. >> oregon legalized recreational marijuana in 2014 and industry growing at rapid pace. the state expects to collect $35 million in taxes through june of next year. >> stephanie: tesla electronic carmaker open store at prudential tower this fall. tesla has a small gallery there but opening much b which is near the tower's entrance. >> daniel: super store admits it has a problem. people don't shop at stores often enough before they spoil.
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>> stephanie: adele was offered spot on half time show saying no thanks. it is not about music and super bowl 51 will be held in houston on february 5th. adele perform >> jason: upper 80s to low 90s and tomorrow we will be watching out for the threat for rain. by afternoon time stronger storms moving in, kevin has update on that this afternoon.
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like we are taking turn to the dryer and weekend always in view. looking pretty good. >> daniel: i asked stephanie earlier could i wash my car. not just yet. >> stephanie: because now i'm the expert. >> jason: need rain so wash your car.
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